Another year brings with it another installment of EA Sports’ massively successful FIFA franchise, and with a draft mode for Ultimate Team, and a first ever appearance in the series for women, FIFA 16 is slated to be one of the best in years.
With FIFA 16’s release just a few weeks away, EA have sought to detail some of the changes coming to this year’s career mode. Pre-season has been improved, with manager’s now given the power to schedule pre-season tournaments — win these tournaments, and the prize money will go straight into your transfer budget.
Training has also been revamped. You’ll now be able to assign players to various training drills throughout the week, giving you the opportunity to improve the ability of your top players, or focus on slowly improving your youth academy.
The final change sees a greater wealth of realism across the board. Team and player statistics are more detailed, and commentators will now feature a greater variety of story lines and pick up on events dynamically throughout the season.
This year’s demo is out in just two days for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, featuring a total of twelve teams, including the United States of America’s and Germany’s women’s national teams. In the lead up to FIFA 16’s release on September 22nd, EA have been releasing this year’s player ratings, which you can check out right here.